Oh boy, were they special! My son Eamon participated in his first Special Olympics! It was a wonderful day! My husband and I attended (unfortunately, it was held on the rain date, so other family didn't have that date off) and his 1:1 Aide, Special Ed teacher, First Grade teacher and his entire First Grade … Continue reading Special Olympics
We had a successful, fun Halloween! This is our first year trick or treating and both kids did well! Miss Mary had a blast and Eamon even went to a few houses (he was more interested in all the decorations). Our street does not get trick or treaters so we went to a street in … Continue reading Happy Halloween!
Lion Brand Yarn Company is excited to announce the anti-bullying campaign #HatNotHate. Lion Brand is partnering with STOMP Out Bullying, the leading national anti-bullying and cyberbullying organization for kids and teens in the U.S. to launch an anti-bullying campaign, and you can help, too! Let’s increase awareness about the impact bullying has on children and … Continue reading Hat not Hate
Like so many yarn addicts out there, I was always seeing ads for Darn Good Yarn's subscription box. However, I never bit the bullet. Then I saw a story on how the company is employing people via The ARC and that changed everything. If you are not familiar with The ARC (and unless you have … Continue reading Darn Good Yarn
Another birthday, a need for a new Thomas the Tank Engine Cake (here is last years cake). Eamon LOVES Thomas and it was the only cake I could possibly make. Onto Pinterest I went. Then, I attempted. It all starts with 2 8 inch round cakes. Straw to hold the layers together. Was going to … Continue reading Pinterest Win!
I am pretty much used to being stared at when I am out with my son. Let me amend that, I am used to being stared at by adults when I am out with my son. This weekend we took both kids to a great event here in town. Our Fire Fighters have an open … Continue reading Simple Sweetness
I had a tough time finding a book to read this week. Everything I picked up did not hold my interest (4 books from the library and 2 from my kindle stash of books). Then I remembered I had purchased Fannie Flagg's The Whole Town's Talking for my husband last christmas. Elmwood Springs, Missouri, is … Continue reading Yarn Along